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Dil to pehle hi se madhosh hai matwaala hai

Posted on: February 12, 2013


This article is written by nahm, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

“Baahren phir bhi aayengi” (1966) is a film now remembered as the last production of Guru Dutt and some of the beautiful songs like Aapke haseen rukh pe aaj bada noor hai . I have found this nice duet from the film sung by Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhosle. The music of this film is as can be guessed from the composition is by O. P. Nayyar. And the lyricist is Shevan Rizvi.

This song is picturized on Dharamendra and the beautiful Tanuja. I always like Tanuja whenever i see her in some songs or movies. She given out style vibes. With her chiseled features and winsome smile, she did not need camera angles to make her look beautiful. In films like ‘Mere Jeewan Saathi’ ‘Haathhi Mere Saathhi’ ‘Do chor’ ‘Jwari’ etc, she was the girl next door with the Hero being the main attraction. Her ‘adaa’ is very natural so is her dressing style. She came from a filmy family-having Shobhana Samarth as mother and Nutan as elder sister must have helped. But she never got heroine oriented films or award winning roles. No doubt the competition was tough with actors like Mala Sinha, Waheeda Rehman, Sharmila Tagore, Sadhana, Nanda etc. and Nutan. Or she may not have been ambitious like the others. I find Rajesh Khanna crooning ‘ O mere dil ke chain chain aaye mere dil ko ” to Tanuja far more appealing, than any other songs.

And Dharmendra, one has to take a look at the song Aapke haseen rukh pe aaj bada noor hai to really appreciate the difficulty he has in controlling his facial expressions :-). Never a great actor, but atleast he is trying to look like he is singing a romantic song. The effort has to be appreciated, in both these songs.

The setting is good with a landscaped garden beside a river with huge trees and big boats in the river. The song is also equally good, which I heard for the first time a few days ago. Still I looked for an audio link and found the audio sounds better, just listening. So here is the duet which is lost amid the more famous song of Rafi-Asha-OPN combination.

Video

Audio

Song-Dil to pehle hi se madhosh hai matwaala hai (Bahaaren Phir Bhi Aayengi)(1966) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

dil to pahle hi se
mad-hosh hai matwaala hai
aur kuchh aap ne
deewaana banaa daala hai

dil to pahle hi se
mad-hosh hai matwaala hai
aur kuchh aap ne
deewaana banaa daala hai

kuchh to yeh umr bhi
deewaani huaa karti hai
kuchh to yeh umr bhi
deewaani huaa karti hai
kuchh jawaani ki
meharbaani huaa karti hai
aa ha aa
aa haa haa ha

jis ne har saans ko
ek sholaa banaa daala hai
aur kuchh aap ne
deewaana banaa daala hai

sach kahaa aap ne
iss waqt mujhe hosh nahin
jhoom kar aap ki
baahon mein na gir jaaun kahin
jhoom kar aap ki
baahon mein na gir jaaun kahin
yoon nigaahon ne hamen aaj
mitaa daala hai

dil to pahle hi se
mad-hosh hai matwaala hai

yeh machalti huyi zulfen
yeh dahakte rukhsaar
yeh machalti huyi zulfen
yeh dahakte rukhsaar
rokiye rokiye apni yeh
adaayen sarkaar
aa ha aa ho ho
aa haa haa ha

poore jazbaat mein
toofaan utthaa daala hai
aur kuchh aap ne
deewaana banaa daala hai

dil to pahle hi se
mad-hosh hai matwaala hai

5 Responses to "Dil to pehle hi se madhosh hai matwaala hai"

Very rare it happens that we wish for something and get it immediately. Only yesterday evening i note this song is still to be discussed ,and today morning it is there. Thanks a Lot ! A very beautiful duet by RAFI-Asha with OPN. thanks !

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Wohi famouse rythm of OPN ,and wohi famouse ASHA and RAFI,
nice to listen these tyep of songs FOR which OPN will remain between
us for YEARS and YEARS.

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sorry for the wrong audio
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